Periodic Detention Details
Periodic Detention uses some parts of an old downhill track that was once used for races in the olden days. A new section has been built to use a ridge around the water storage tank on the road up to Jacob's Ladder. The track is old school with some technical features including a drop, ride down a skinny ridge, some rock rides and a steep shute to finish. It can be ridden from the flat at the top of the Whiskers climb but is best when forms part of the Rocky Dingo/Myndas descent through Croc Teeth, Croc Slide and then jump onto the track at the end of the right hand berm. A good way to finish a ride if you live on the Smithfield/Trinity side.
Water Tank Road off Captain Cook Highway
Local Trail Association
More Stats for Periodic Detention mountain bike trail
Altitude change-141 ft
Altitude min152 ft
Altitude max302 ft
Altitude start300 ft
Altitude end159 ft
Distance climb234 ft
Distance down1,065 ft
Distance flat42 ft
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Periodic Detention Trail Reports
Oct 2, 2017 @ 8:50pmOct 2, 2017
|Dry and running very fast except for mud right at the bottom due to the leaking water reservoir|
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